- Rangnick leads Manchester United’s calls for peace in the midst of the Ukraine crisis
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Despite the fact that Manchester United will meet Watford in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon, sport could not feel any less significant given the current world events.
The world has been watching events unfold in Ukraine in the aftermath of Russia’s decision on Thursday to launch a bloody invasion of its neighbours.
Now on the verge of a humanitarian crisis, football has once again been a key advocate for peace in the midst of Europe’s protracted and immensely concerning war.
Moments before the start of the Red Devils’ domestic match against Roy Hodgson’s Hornets, interim manager Ralf Rangnick was spotted brandishing a banner that simply read: “Peace.”
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